About, 20,000 people from the graphic communications industry, including scores of in-plants, gathered at McCormick Place for five days of education, networking and an up-close look at the latest innovations and technologies from more than 450 exhibitors.
At an IPG breakfast session during PRINT 17 titled "Production Printing in Today's Security-Sensitive World," speakers examined the current landscape of global cybersecurity and the vulnerabilities that exist within many companies that go undetected.
I just flew home from Chicago last night after spending five very full days at PRINT 17. My schedule was jam packed with in-plant breakfasts and luncheons, vendor press conferences, video shoots, meetings, booth tours and evening events. Needless to say I'm still exhausted.
In-plants work hard, aim high and hit their marks to retain the loyalty of customers and the confidence of their organizations. At a session at PRINT 17 four in-plant managers described their newest services and detailed their upcoming plans.
For in-plant managers planning on attending PRINT 17 in Chicago, IPMA has several free sessions and gatherings planned.
After a successful conference in Pittsburgh in June, the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association is getting ready for its 2018 conference in Costa Mesa, Calif. This week IPMA announced the opening keynote speaker for the event.
About 30 in-plant managers from colleges and universities all over Canada traveled to Ottawa for CUPMAC 2017.
If you skipped Graph Expo 2016 or haven’t been to the show in a while, you may be wondering why you should attend Print 17. Here are a dozen reasons why in-plant managers should not miss this major event.
For in-plant managers attending PRINT 17, there will be plenty of free sessions and other educational seminars covering in-plant trends and best practices. However, register today or miss the reduced rate deadline.